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English: There are two rivers in central Thailand with the name "Khwae" ("Kwai"): the Khwae Noi and the Khwae Yai (which is the one crossed by the famous bridge). The Khwae Noi is a tributary of the Khwae Yai, which become the Mae Klong river after that. There is another Khwae Noi River in Phitsanulok province, northern Thailand.
Khwae Yai River 
river in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand
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Instance of river
  • 380 km
Mouth of the watercourse
16° 07′ 37.2″ N, 98° 41′ 23.28″ E
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Kwai Yai (es); Kwaï Yai (fr); Кхвэяй (ru); Mae Nam Khwae Yai (de); Կխվեյայ (hy); 奎艾河 (zh); Kvaija (lt); แม่น้ำแควใหญ่ (th); Khwae Yai (pl); Кхвеяй (uk); Khwae Yai (nl); Mae Nam Khwae Yai (ceb); 쾌야이강 (ko); Khwae Yai River (en); Khwae Yai (it); Khwae Yai (cs); Afon Khwae Yai (cy) Fluss in Thailand (de); נהר (he); river in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand (en); نهر في تايلاند (ar); 泰国河流 (zh); rivier in Thailand (nl) Квай-Яй, Квай (ru); Kwai, Kwae Yai (de); แม่น้ำศรีสวัสดิ์ (th); Khwae Yai (fr); Mae Nam Khwae Yai (en)


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